On the Rhode to Better: Rhodes, Greece

Location: Greece: Athens, Rhodes

Program Duration: 1-2 Weeks

Dates: Year Round


9540 Garland Road Ste 381 Box 116 Dallas, Texas 75218 United States

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Phone: 1-866-612-4231


Bright Light Volunteer’s program in Rhodes, Greece, offers participants the opportunity to participate in a variety of service initiatives, including reforestation, community environmental clean-up projects in partnership with local Greek students, work with the Rhodes Animal Welfare Society, and even archaeological projects led by experts who will incorporate service while learning hands-on about the ancient history of the island.

The experience provides opportunities to learn about challenges the community faces and allows participants to practice implementing solutions to these challenges. Cultural activities include a trip to the Valley of the Butterflies, a relaxed visit to Lindos, classes in Greek cuisine, a night out in the medieval town, and more.

**Please Note** All BLV programs are designed for groups of at least 10 participants. Groups must be formed prior to scheduling. We do not place individuals.


1. Volunteer in a variety of service initiatives in Greece.

2. Work side by side with local students and community members.

3. Implement sustainable improvements in the community.

4. Join a trip to the Valley of the Butterflies or have a relaxed day visit to Lindos.

5. Spend a week or two living and volunteering on the island of Rhodes.

Travel Types
  • Hiking
  • Cooking
  • Archaeology
Cost in US$:


Cost Includes:

Cost Include Description:

Your program donation will be 100% tax deductible and will cover your accommodations, three meals per day, cultural excursion fees, service supplies and donations, in-country medical insurance, emergency evacuation insurance, one educator, one Bright Light Volunteer program coordinator, one in-country coordinator, Bethel University tuition, and certification of the Presidential Volunteer Service Award.

Your program donation DOES NOT cover airfare, visas, immunizations, trip cancellation insurance, baggage fees, extra food (beyond three meals per day in-country), and souvenirs.

Credit Available


Volunteer Types
  • Education
  • Community Development
  • Archaeology
  • Cooking
  • Historic Preservation
  • Tourism
  • Youth Development
  • Reforestation
  • Health Education
  • English Teaching
  • Culture
  • Conservation
  • Public Health
This Program is open to

Worldwide Participant.

Typical Living Arrangements
  • Guest House
  • Dormitory
  • Home-stays

Application Process Involves
  • Online Application
  • Written Application
Typically The Application Process Time is
1 day
Year Founded